Class Times: Fall 2015 & Spring 2016
Cognitive psychology is the study of mind: how we perceive the world, remember, represent knowledge, acquire new information, become aware of our emotions, make plans, reason, and use language. In this course we examine the empirical foundations that determine our understanding of mind, including classic research designs, recent advances in computational modeling, philosophical perspectives, and changes in cognition throughout the lifespan. The course also considers the neural underpinning of these topics.
- Syllabus (Spring 2016)
- CogLab 5 (online, required). Access code may be purchased at http://www.cengagebrain.com/shop/isbn/9781285461083
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- Additional materials will be posted on Moodle2 (____)